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THE #LIVINGSTONE BI-WEEKLY’S LATEST EDITION IS OUT

(Posted 12th July 2018)

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Here comes the latest edition of Gill Staden’s Livingstone bi-Weekly which ATCNews.org has permission to share with readers.

Inside

Mazabuka Road

Traffic Cops Rules

Row Zambia Schedule

Conservation South Luangwa de-snaring

Mural in Mfuwe

Wild Ride through Kafue National Park

Land for expansion in Vic Falls

Boat for Mana Pools Patrols

Poacher shot dead in Matetsi

Kariba Animal Welfare Trust organises food for animals on Kariba Islands

New Lodge for Kariba Town

Bat-eared foxes in Caprivi Strip

Peace Parks moves Elephants to Mozambique

Some Videos and two long articles:

An article about the export of Mukulu logs from Zambia to China

https://theconversation.com/why-zambia-has-not-benefitted-from-its-rosewood-trade-with-china-98092?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Latest%20from%20The%20Conversation%20for%20June%2026%202018%20-%20104999276&utm_content=Latest%20from%20The%20Conversation%20for%20June%2026%202018%20-%20104999276+CID_8c7dfede43695daf52f4e6ab93155fda&utm_source=campaign_monitor_africa&utm_term=Why%20Zambia%20has%20not%20benefitted%20from%20its%20rosewood%20trade%20with%20China

Carlo-Shuttle van der Merwe

Walvis bay rain.

https://web.facebook.com/carlo.vandermerwe.14/videos/657810001225132/

Painted Dogs, Hwange

A pack of wild dogs had been killing domestic animals and their lives were in danger from the villagers who were, quite rightly, upset at the loss of their animals. PDC were called in to save the wild dogs which had denned nearby.

https://youtu.be/qQxd3pOAu4Q

Wildlife Vets Namibia is at Kalahari Game Lodge.

Recently we worked with giraffe, eland and oryx in the Kalahari. We also immobilized two lionesses. In this video you can see what we, together with the Kalahari Game Lodge team and Simon Wildlife Services did!

https://web.facebook.com/WildlifeVetsNamibia/videos/2080226525558199/

Oxpeckers do amazing work researching stories in southern Africa but they do tend to be long. This is one about hunting in Zimbabwe which may be of interest.

https://oxpeckers.org/2018/06/zimbabwean-wildlife-hunting/

The link for direct access to the site is https://thelivingstoneweekly.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/tlbw11jul18.pdf

… and also stop by www.awindowonzambia.com to learn more about this exciting African safari destination …

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